Taylor will serve as a bridge to rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield and recently spoke about his offseason, discussing his relationship with Bills head coach Sean McDermott in an interview with the Buffalo News’ Vic Carucci.
“Whether I was or whether I wasn’t [his guy], I’m not there anymore” Taylor said of McDermott.
“That’s his decision moving forward. I still feel that I’d done more than enough to stay where I was. But at the end of the day, they made a decision to move forward. And that’s their decision.”
Despite a roller coaster tenure with the Bills, Taylor looks back at his time in Buffalo fondly.
“It was special to be a part of a team last year that was able to break a 17-year (playoff) drought,”he said. “We didn’t finish the season the way we wanted to, but at the end of the day, we were able to change the culture. That was something that I set as a goal for the team. The main goal, to win a Super Bowl, wasn’t accomplished, but we were able to do some very special things in the three years that I was there and I have nothing to regret or to hang my head (about) in my time there. There’s nothing to be disappointed about.”
Steelers’ James Conner Out, Juju Smith-Schuster Doubtful
Compounding issues further, Steelers’ wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster may miss the game as well as “it’s not looking good” for the Steelers’ explosive superstar wide receiver’s status for Sunday’s game.
The Steelers will also be without center Maurkice Pouncey as well, as he is serving a suspension.
Jaguars Sign Nick O’Leary
The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed veteran tight end Nick O’Leary, according to an announcement by SportsTrust Advisors.
O’Leary was cut last month by the Miami Dolphins and will bring some much needed help to the Jags’ tight end corps, which has been riddled by injuries this season, with James O’Shaughnessy and Geoff Swain both on the injures reserve.
O’Leary, 27, was cut from the Dolphins following their Week 8 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, a game in which O’Leary had a crucial drop.
Broncos’ Andy Janovich Out For Season
Janovich agreed to a three-year, $5.7 million contract extension with the Broncos last month, and although fullbacks haven’t been a big part of the NFL game over the past several years, he has been one of the big name’s behind the position’s resurgence recently.
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- Broncos’ Andy Janovich Out For Season
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- Broncos’ Vic Fangio Reportedly Clashing with Coaching Staff
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